Archives : Oct-2014

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Oct

  Join us for the RIBike Annual Membership Meeting on Friday, October 17, from 5-7:30pm at AS220 (115 Empire St. in Providence). There will be a member social (open to all cyclists) from 5-6pm, where you can grab a drinkRead More

09

Oct

Judy Byrnes sent to RI Bike a large packet of info about how the East Bay Bike Path got built including newspaper clippings, various letters sent, and legislation filed.  The latter is a copy of H7676 filed in March 1980Read More

17

Sep

Providence PARK(ing) Day is THIS FRIDAY, September 19, 2014. Volunteers are needed to help with the temporary bike lane installation, the first in the state!   PARK(ing) Day Providence invites Providence residents and businesses to temporarily repurpose their on-street or lotRead More

15

Sep

Providence Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC) will hold its next regular meeting on September 17, 2014, 4:30 pm.  The meeting is open to the public, and comment is invited, accepted during each agenda item, as appropriate and agenda schedule allows. AgendaRead More

08

Sep

We just received an update from RIDOT: the new estimated opening of the George Redman Linear Park is November 2014 October 26, 2014. Perhaps we can convince them to clear the snow, since the opening was delayed by four months fromRead More

04

Sep

Gina Raimondo (D) ginaraimondo.com @GinaForRI Facebook Recreational biking has long been one of my family’s favorite past-times (so much so that it was featured in one of my campaign ads!). My children love riding around our neighborhood, and on ourRead More

03

Sep

Educate yourself on where the candidates stand on bike and pedestrian issues and vote in the primary election on Tuesday, September 9, as well as the general election on Tuesday, November 4.   As with the Providence mayoral candidate questionnairesRead More

03

Sep

Angel Taveras (D) angel2014.com @AngelForRI Facebook Please let us know of any actions you have already taken that could improve conditions for bicycling. • On Bike To Work Day in 2012, I created the City’s first Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC),Read More

03

Sep

Clay Pell (D) claypell.com @ClayPell Facebook The quality, accessibility and, affordability of Rhode Island’s transit and transportation systems determine in large part how productive its residents and businesses can be. But transportation, including bicycling, provides so much more than justRead More

03

Sep

Ken Block (R) blockforgovernor.com @KenBlockRI Facebook I am a supporter of bicycling in our state and in our country. I own a bicycle and before the campaign season enjoyed going on bicycle rides with my wife and children. As a smallRead More